• Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
  • Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
  • Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
  • Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
  • Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
  • Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
  • Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
  • Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona
Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona

Pyle Pro Audio Cord Connector To Male Speakon Connection 30 Ft 12 Gauge Black Heavy Duty Professiona

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  • SPEAKON TO SPEAKON: This male compatible with speakon connector to male compatible with speakon connector cable offers a secure connection with its twist and lock feature and is capable of carrying high current. Perfect for powerful amplifiers
  • 30FT. 12 GAUGE: This black 30 ft. 12 gauge professional speaker cord by Pyle Pro gives you sufficient allowance to move around for energetic on stage performances yet still provides ultimate audio delivery
  • HIGH-QUALITY SOUND: No need to worry about interrupted sound, static or loss of quality during an important gig because this stereo cable is made with highly durable construction and delivers premium performance without noise, static, or buzzing
  • MADE TO LAST: This cable wire performs well every time as if it was the first time and can withstand being tugged, stepped on, twisted, pulled, and dragged and its trademark black and blue circular connectors makes this cable easy to identify
  • WORRY-FREE SHOPPING: With the Pyle Pro PPSS30 we are confident of the quality of our product, therefore, we offer a 30 day money back guarantee no questions asked

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Poor quality speaker cable I was disappointed with my purchase of Pyle Pro PPSS15 (Speakon to Speakon) and PPSJ15 (Speakon to 1/4") speaker cables. They're the cheapest ones on Amazon, but are equipped with very poor quality Speakon-type connectors (they're not Neutrik) and you should pass on these and get a better quality cable.I've had bass amps and speakers equipped with Speakon connectors for the past few years, but they all had the traditional 1/4" jacks as well, so I didn't bother to buy a Speakon speaker cable. I recently picked up an EBS Reidmar 250 compact bass amp, which is a very nice amp, but unfortunately is equipped with only a single Speakon speaker output - no 1/4" speaker out. This means I'm dependent on having a Speakon speaker cable.After doing a little price shopping, these Pyles showed up as the lowest priced option out there. I'll pay for a premium instrument cable, but would prefer to keep the bucks down on an unshielded speaker cable that won't be moving much during a gig. I ordered a dual Speakon cable (Reidmar to Eden Neo cab) and a Speakon-1/4" cable for use with my older cabinets.The Pyle cables were extremely disappointing. They are using very cheaply made Speakon copy connectors. It has a metal unlock tab like the Neutriks, but the body is made of a flexier plastic that's not nearly as sturdy feeling and doesn't seem to fit very precisely in the connectors. Worse yet, when I received the cables, one end of the dual Speakon cable had deformed contacts and would not even plug in. I was only able to connect it up by going in with needlenose pliers and bending the contacts flat. Totally unacceptable!!Because the Reidmar only has Speakon outputs, I need a totally reliable speaker cable. I decided to try a Hosa SKT410 for $5 more. It has real Neutrik speakons, although this cable is equipped with the all-plastic connector (no metal unlock tab). The fit is perfect and very secure. I think the Hosa will do the job for me, although I may pick up a premium speaker cable and use the Hosa as a spare. Better yet, I've investigating wehther I can retrofit my Reidmar with a combo Speakon/phone jack connector.Incidentally, the Hosa is a 14-Gauge cable, as opposed to the 12-gauge wire that Pyle claims, but the supposedly thinner gauge Hosa is a thicker cable than the Pyle. Now, that might just be the difference in the thickness of the jacket, but it does look questionable.Save your time and don't risk your gig - don't buy these cables! Mine are going back to Amazon tomorrow. 2Impressed! My expectations for these cables was fairly low... I mean, its just a cable, right? Well, I must say that I was rather impressed with the weight and feel of them. Heavy duty, nice and beefy! I can already tell that this was a good buy and look froward to a long service life with these. Use: I bought two of these cables to use for my 15" Mains coming straight out of my powered mixer. Good deal price-wise and like I said, they've got a good heavy feel to them. 5DO NOT BUY. COMPLETE GARBAGE Complete garbage. do not buy anything from Pyle. I only bought because I needed something in a hurry, and the ad plainly says 12 gauge wire, so I figured it should be sufficient temporarily until I make nicer ones. I didn't realize that pyle flat out lies about what you are getting, but it is in fact NOT 12 gauge wire.. barely 16 gauge, actually. Them stating that they were 12ga was the only reason I bought them.. I needed something large enough to handle high wattage for subwoofers that I built, and the junk that I got was woefully inadequate to handle that amount of wattage. Not only that, these are so hastily put together, that two of the wires had big gashes in them inside the connector. I bought REAL 12 gauge wire, and reused the ends until my high quality neutrik ends get delivered 1Intentionally misleading product. Avoid at all costs. WARNING: Do not buy this product. I just received mine and the wire seemed awfully small diameter for 12 AWG, so I decided to take it apart. I didn't even need to measure the strands to notice the biggest reason you should not buy this. The product is made with Copper-Clad-Aluminum instead of bare copper. In retrospect, I should have noticed this through the weight of the product as well. (Aluminum is less conductive than Copper meaning that you need more aluminum to equal the performance of copper)Next, I compared the bare wire with a known 14 AWG product. This product was smaller in diameter meaning that it is probably not even 14 AWG!!The price on this product seemed too good to be true. Alas, it WAS too good to be true. In summary - this product will "work" but I'd guess it is functionally equivalent to 18 AWG wire. Yes, it is that bad. 1Chwc The cables are fine, but I spent spent some time with my new app trying to figure out why one speaker didnt have any sound. When I swapped wires I dicovered the positive on one side or the negative wires were unhooked on both ends. So I had to repair the brand new cable. Now seems to work fine, but I was disapointed and little bit stressed for about 30 minutes. 2Great price for a 50' cable I used this cable to hook up a PA speaker that wasn't ever going to be moved, so I'm not so concerned about the durability of the cable, or the gauge of the wire, though I will take a star off for the false advertisement. As for the sound, it sounds great, can't tell the difference from the more expensive 25' cables that I had hooked up the other speaker with using an adapter. All in all, the value for this cable is great if you're using it just to power a few speakers in a smaller office like I am. I don't really have any complaints about how the cable is working, it sounds great. 4Looks like a nice cable Got my cable in the mail today. Looks like a nice cable, the Speakon connectors seem like they are good quality but I bought this to cut in half and use as 2 cables because my amp only takes bare speaker wire. I read many reviews that said these do not actually have 12 gauge wire in them but most of those were older reviews. So I assumed they might have fixed that. NOPE. The wire in these is about 18 gauge wire! Maybe the 2 together might be 12 gauge but that is not how speaker wire is rated. The 18 gauge will work for me because I only have a 15' run however I don't have much wire to work with on the one end. So my 2 star rating is for the FALSE advertising on Pyle's part. It says right on packaging that these are 12 gauge Professional speaker cables and on the casing itself. Not that it matters but they will be getting an email from me. Using 30' per speaker will still work for most purposes but I would not use anything longer if they use the same wire on those too! I would NOT have bought this cable had I known for sure I was not getting 12 gauge or at least 14 gauge wire but since I cut it in half I am stuck with it now. 2Not 12 AWG and poor QC I ordered 2 of these to connect my 15" Subs to my Peavey GPS 2600 and they eventually did the job just fine but I had to exchange one that was DOA and later the second one stopped working, I decided to take it apart to fix it, as I didn't have time to wait for another one to be shipped. I found the ends of the wire had corroded off inside the connector so I had to cut, and re strip the wire to repair it, this is also when I notice that the cable is not 12 AWG (gauge) maybe closer to a small 14 AWG. However, they have worked nicely ever since I repaid them so I guess It's not a real big deal as I am only pushing 600W RMS through them. A photo comparing the cable to a true 14AWG cable is attached to the product page. If Pyle stepped up QC on the cable and corrected the false Gauge Advertising this would be a 5 star product.Edit: I used these cables for several years before I upgraded my system with an 18" 1600W sub with a 4Ohm Voice coil. With the upgrade in power and lower impedance I wouldn't suggest these cables, I ended up moving the speakon style ends to a true 14/2 cable I bought (the one pictured) and I put 1/4" Mono Radioshack plugs on the Pyle cable and use it for my mains (about 150W RMS and 8Ohm Impedance) and it works decently for that. While I had it apart I measured the resistance on the wire at 0.3 Ohms for 1 run of the 15' (double that for the total cable resistance of 0.6 Ohms) this equates to approximately 20 Ohms per 1000' which means this cable is equivalent to about 23 AWG in copper, so nowhere near the 12AWG they claim. 2Fabricated for the junk-Pyle These cables have given me inconsistent connections from day one. I ordered real Neutrik brand replacement speakon connectors and they finally arrived today. When I unscrewed the Pyle supplied speakon connector's connections many of the solder-tinned conductors simply crumbled away. Quite obviously, Pyle's assemblers used corrosive flux for soldering the tinned ends of the wires. I simply cut them back and hand dressed them by merely twisting the conductors for reassembly onto my new Neutrik replacements.I also agree as another reviewer has previously stated; the provided conductors only appear to be #14 AWG. I've worked as a licensed electrician for many years and should certainly be familiar with cable conductor dimensions. Next time I'll fabricate my own cables and simply use electrical contractor quality 12-2 AWG SJO hard-service silicone-jacketed portable appliance cord which can be purchased from any reputable electrical supplier.I've never been impressed with Pyle's flimsy looking audio equipment and I'll certainly steer clear of inferior quality Pyle-Pro Audio products in the future. 1Do not purchase; claim of 12 gauge is questionable I received these and immediately upon handling, I suspected that these were not 12 gauge cables as listed.I unscrewed the back part of the speakon connector to inspect the assembly. I actually used to work where I soldered and assembled mic, instrument and speaker cables for about 5 years. I have handled a lot of speaker cables.Upon inspection, I would guess that this is made from 14AWG or maybe even 16AWG wire. I did not fully disassemble the connector as I intend to return these to Amazon. I don't have any good measurement tools here with me, but a quick visual comparison to a piece of Monoprice bulk 12AWG speaker cable. I attached a photo. I sloppily stripped the black wire of the Monoprice cable. Measuring with some plastic calipers, the stripped Monoprice wire is about the same diameter as the unstripped wire leading into the Speakon connector.Take this with a grain of salt. I am just going on a gut feeling that this is not right. I am very tempted to just cut this apart and get a micrometer and count number of strands to prove this is not 12AWG, but I am returning them for a refund. 1
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Poor quality speaker cable I was disappointed with my purchase of Pyle Pro PPSS15 (Speakon to Speakon) and PPSJ15 (Speakon to 1/4") speaker cables. They're the cheapest ones on Amazon, but are equipped with very poor quality Speakon-type connectors (they're not Neutrik) and you should pass on these and get a better quality cable.I've had bass amps and speakers equipped with Speakon connectors for the past few years, but they all had the traditional 1/4" jacks as well, so I didn't bother to buy a Speakon speaker cable. I recently picked up an EBS Reidmar 250 compact bass amp, which is a very nice amp, but unfortunately is equipped with only a single Speakon speaker output - no 1/4" speaker out. This means I'm dependent on having a Speakon speaker cable.After doing a little price shopping, these Pyles showed up as the lowest priced option out there. I'll pay for a premium instrument cable, but would prefer to keep the bucks down on an unshielded speaker cable that won't be moving much during a gig. I ordered a dual Speakon cable (Reidmar to Eden Neo cab) and a Speakon-1/4" cable for use with my older cabinets.The Pyle cables were extremely disappointing. They are using very cheaply made Speakon copy connectors. It has a metal unlock tab like the Neutriks, but the body is made of a flexier plastic that's not nearly as sturdy feeling and doesn't seem to fit very precisely in the connectors. Worse yet, when I received the cables, one end of the dual Speakon cable had deformed contacts and would not even plug in. I was only able to connect it up by going in with needlenose pliers and bending the contacts flat. Totally unacceptable!!Because the Reidmar only has Speakon outputs, I need a totally reliable speaker cable. I decided to try a Hosa SKT410 for $5 more. It has real Neutrik speakons, although this cable is equipped with the all-plastic connector (no metal unlock tab). The fit is perfect and very secure. I think the Hosa will do the job for me, although I may pick up a premium speaker cable and use the Hosa as a spare. Better yet, I've investigating wehther I can retrofit my Reidmar with a combo Speakon/phone jack connector.Incidentally, the Hosa is a 14-Gauge cable, as opposed to the 12-gauge wire that Pyle claims, but the supposedly thinner gauge Hosa is a thicker cable than the Pyle. Now, that might just be the difference in the thickness of the jacket, but it does look questionable.Save your time and don't risk your gig - don't buy these cables! Mine are going back to Amazon tomorrow. 2Impressed! My expectations for these cables was fairly low... I mean, its just a cable, right? Well, I must say that I was rather impressed with the weight and feel of them. Heavy duty, nice and beefy! I can already tell that this was a good buy and look froward to a long service life with these. Use: I bought two of these cables to use for my 15" Mains coming straight out of my powered mixer. Good deal price-wise and like I said, they've got a good heavy feel to them. 5DO NOT BUY. COMPLETE GARBAGE Complete garbage. do not buy anything from Pyle. I only bought because I needed something in a hurry, and the ad plainly says 12 gauge wire, so I figured it should be sufficient temporarily until I make nicer ones. I didn't realize that pyle flat out lies about what you are getting, but it is in fact NOT 12 gauge wire.. barely 16 gauge, actually. Them stating that they were 12ga was the only reason I bought them.. I needed something large enough to handle high wattage for subwoofers that I built, and the junk that I got was woefully inadequate to handle that amount of wattage. Not only that, these are so hastily put together, that two of the wires had big gashes in them inside the connector. I bought REAL 12 gauge wire, and reused the ends until my high quality neutrik ends get delivered 1Intentionally misleading product. Avoid at all costs. WARNING: Do not buy this product. I just received mine and the wire seemed awfully small diameter for 12 AWG, so I decided to take it apart. I didn't even need to measure the strands to notice the biggest reason you should not buy this. The product is made with Copper-Clad-Aluminum instead of bare copper. In retrospect, I should have noticed this through the weight of the product as well. (Aluminum is less conductive than Copper meaning that you need more aluminum to equal the performance of copper)Next, I compared the bare wire with a known 14 AWG product. This product was smaller in diameter meaning that it is probably not even 14 AWG!!The price on this product seemed too good to be true. Alas, it WAS too good to be true. In summary - this product will "work" but I'd guess it is functionally equivalent to 18 AWG wire. Yes, it is that bad. 1Chwc The cables are fine, but I spent spent some time with my new app trying to figure out why one speaker didnt have any sound. When I swapped wires I dicovered the positive on one side or the negative wires were unhooked on both ends. So I had to repair the brand new cable. Now seems to work fine, but I was disapointed and little bit stressed for about 30 minutes. 2Great price for a 50' cable I used this cable to hook up a PA speaker that wasn't ever going to be moved, so I'm not so concerned about the durability of the cable, or the gauge of the wire, though I will take a star off for the false advertisement. As for the sound, it sounds great, can't tell the difference from the more expensive 25' cables that I had hooked up the other speaker with using an adapter. All in all, the value for this cable is great if you're using it just to power a few speakers in a smaller office like I am. I don't really have any complaints about how the cable is working, it sounds great. 4Looks like a nice cable Got my cable in the mail today. Looks like a nice cable, the Speakon connectors seem like they are good quality but I bought this to cut in half and use as 2 cables because my amp only takes bare speaker wire. I read many reviews that said these do not actually have 12 gauge wire in them but most of those were older reviews. So I assumed they might have fixed that. NOPE. The wire in these is about 18 gauge wire! Maybe the 2 together might be 12 gauge but that is not how speaker wire is rated. The 18 gauge will work for me because I only have a 15' run however I don't have much wire to work with on the one end. So my 2 star rating is for the FALSE advertising on Pyle's part. It says right on packaging that these are 12 gauge Professional speaker cables and on the casing itself. Not that it matters but they will be getting an email from me. Using 30' per speaker will still work for most purposes but I would not use anything longer if they use the same wire on those too! I would NOT have bought this cable had I known for sure I was not getting 12 gauge or at least 14 gauge wire but since I cut it in half I am stuck with it now. 2Not 12 AWG and poor QC I ordered 2 of these to connect my 15" Subs to my Peavey GPS 2600 and they eventually did the job just fine but I had to exchange one that was DOA and later the second one stopped working, I decided to take it apart to fix it, as I didn't have time to wait for another one to be shipped. I found the ends of the wire had corroded off inside the connector so I had to cut, and re strip the wire to repair it, this is also when I notice that the cable is not 12 AWG (gauge) maybe closer to a small 14 AWG. However, they have worked nicely ever since I repaid them so I guess It's not a real big deal as I am only pushing 600W RMS through them. A photo comparing the cable to a true 14AWG cable is attached to the product page. If Pyle stepped up QC on the cable and corrected the false Gauge Advertising this would be a 5 star product.Edit: I used these cables for several years before I upgraded my system with an 18" 1600W sub with a 4Ohm Voice coil. With the upgrade in power and lower impedance I wouldn't suggest these cables, I ended up moving the speakon style ends to a true 14/2 cable I bought (the one pictured) and I put 1/4" Mono Radioshack plugs on the Pyle cable and use it for my mains (about 150W RMS and 8Ohm Impedance) and it works decently for that. While I had it apart I measured the resistance on the wire at 0.3 Ohms for 1 run of the 15' (double that for the total cable resistance of 0.6 Ohms) this equates to approximately 20 Ohms per 1000' which means this cable is equivalent to about 23 AWG in copper, so nowhere near the 12AWG they claim. 2Fabricated for the junk-Pyle These cables have given me inconsistent connections from day one. I ordered real Neutrik brand replacement speakon connectors and they finally arrived today. When I unscrewed the Pyle supplied speakon connector's connections many of the solder-tinned conductors simply crumbled away. Quite obviously, Pyle's assemblers used corrosive flux for soldering the tinned ends of the wires. I simply cut them back and hand dressed them by merely twisting the conductors for reassembly onto my new Neutrik replacements.I also agree as another reviewer has previously stated; the provided conductors only appear to be #14 AWG. I've worked as a licensed electrician for many years and should certainly be familiar with cable conductor dimensions. Next time I'll fabricate my own cables and simply use electrical contractor quality 12-2 AWG SJO hard-service silicone-jacketed portable appliance cord which can be purchased from any reputable electrical supplier.I've never been impressed with Pyle's flimsy looking audio equipment and I'll certainly steer clear of inferior quality Pyle-Pro Audio products in the future. 1Do not purchase; claim of 12 gauge is questionable I received these and immediately upon handling, I suspected that these were not 12 gauge cables as listed.I unscrewed the back part of the speakon connector to inspect the assembly. I actually used to work where I soldered and assembled mic, instrument and speaker cables for about 5 years. I have handled a lot of speaker cables.Upon inspection, I would guess that this is made from 14AWG or maybe even 16AWG wire. I did not fully disassemble the connector as I intend to return these to Amazon. I don't have any good measurement tools here with me, but a quick visual comparison to a piece of Monoprice bulk 12AWG speaker cable. I attached a photo. I sloppily stripped the black wire of the Monoprice cable. Measuring with some plastic calipers, the stripped Monoprice wire is about the same diameter as the unstripped wire leading into the Speakon connector.Take this with a grain of salt. I am just going on a gut feeling that this is not right. I am very tempted to just cut this apart and get a micrometer and count number of strands to prove this is not 12AWG, but I am returning them for a refund. 1
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